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The World Bank Research Program 2000: Abstracts of Current

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In The handbook of human services management. Without generous capitation payments, this may never happen. This event is free and open to all with no ticket or pre-registration required. Includes the history of communities, organizations, and macro-practice in social work; major approaches to organizational behavior and community dynamics; the nature of non-clinical social work; the organizational and community contexts for the provision of social services; and skills for working in organizations and communities.

Pages: 200

Publisher: World Bank (December 2000)

ISBN: 082134854X

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